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A year into our historic round-up, and a new champ emerges.
Head into New Year's Day prepared for battle. These are editor-approved ways to eat your way through your champagne-induced hangover.
These are the meals that live in our heads rent-free.
S.Pellegrino is the ultimate food pairing, wine complement, and palette cleanser this holiday season
From classic meal kits to $400 personal chef creations.
The new North Pole Salted Caramels use seawater harvested with Inuk guides in Nunavut.
From salmon dinners to a range of turkey buffets, these are the local caterers to call for holiday party planning.
Sea Spice by Kove Ocean Foods brings wholesome, spectacular flavour to your meals and snacks while doing good for the environment and local communities
Layering flavour, colour and texture will make your holiday charcuterie look fabulous, but the cheese and wine will make it unforgettable.
Peace never tasted so sweet.
Who makes the best gingerbread cookies in the city?
Pizza, acai bowls, gelato and more neighbourhood eats to feel good about.
We can't get enough of this sweet (fish-shaped!) treat.
Stollen to prove the fruitcake haters wrong.
Servingware and gadgets with style.
We tracked down the best grilled cheese sandwich in the city.
Yes, you could go functional. But why not make time in the kitchen pretty too?
Local restaurants aren’t shying away from the glorious monstrosity that is Enteroctopus dofleini. Nor should you.
Back away from that flat-pack of frozen patties. On these warm spring evenings, aspire to a better burger.
Forsake the barn; take to the lake. Duck eggs are a delicious, protein-packed alternative to traditional free-range.
Jane Cornborough, sous-chef at L’Abattoir, did stages in New York before collaborating with Robert Belcham at Fuel/Refuel. Mark Taylor has opened a string of wine-friendly restaurants, including his current South Granville spot, Siena. Look for a collab with Biercraft at UBC come summer
Professional kitchens used to be almost exclusively the domain of men. These two chef/restaurateurs have witnessed -- and played a part in -- the retreat of that norm.
His restaurants Raincity Grill, C, and Nu, Harry Kambolis played an incalculable role in the evolution of Vancouver dining. Now they’re all gone, and no one has even stepped up to offer a eulogy. Where did it all go wrong?